Durban- One would be forgiven for mistaking June the 6th 2016 for June 16th of 1976. Residents, led by the youth went on the rampage destroying anything and everything that was on their way demanding a review of their party’s candidate list for the upcoming Local Government elections.

June 16th 1976 is commemorated even now because people gave their lives for the freedom of every South AFrican that we enjoy today.

Fast forward to June the 6th 2016 it is a war not against an apartheid government but a political party whose ways its followers don’t quite follow. It is alleged the ANC in 5 provinces have this problem where candidates were imposed and the nominations by the wards ignored. This is manifested also by the fact that there are many independent candidates many of whom who failed to get the nod from the top bosses but feel the masses are behind them.

If at all there was doubt that SABC censorship on protests was engineered by the ruling party, this might make you to think again. The public broadcaster have stopped airing violent protests for reasons they could best explain but the main benefactor is undoubtedly the ANC.

This is what the chief operations officer of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) Hlaudi Motsoeneng, does not want you to see following his decision taken not to publicise any content displaying violent service delivery protests in various parts of the country. The SABC’s spokesperson, Kaizer Kganyago, was quoted at the time as saying that reporters will still be deployed to cover the violent protests but “we’ll not show footage of people who are burning property, in order to discourage them from thinking that they can just attract our attention by burning those properties. We believe that behavior is disruptive.”

Here is what the SABC and the ruling party does not want you to see:


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